Listen: Lianne La Havas Featured on Phil Taggart's "Slacker Podcast"

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Lianne La Havas spoke with BBC Radio 1 broadcaster Phil Taggart on his Slacker Podcast. "It's incredible to see Lianne La Havas on her third record releasing her best music," says Taggart. "She sounds better now, in 2020, than she did at any other point in her career." You can hear their conversation here.

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Lianne La Havas spoke with BBC Radio 1 broadcaster Phil Taggart on his Slacker Podcast. "It's incredible to see Lianne La Havas on her third record releasing her best music," says Taggart. "She sounds better now, in 2020, than she did at any other point in her career." You can hear their conversation here:

Lianne La Havas's new self-titled album, released in July, spans the arc of a relationship, with musical references as varied as Milton Nascimento, Joni Mitchell, Jaco Pastorious, Al Green, and Destiny's Child. You can pick up a copy of Lianne La Havas and hear it now here.

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Lianne La Havas: Phil Taggart's "Slacker" podcast, September 2020
  • Thursday, September 10, 2020
    Listen: Lianne La Havas Featured on Phil Taggart's "Slacker Podcast"

    Lianne La Havas spoke with BBC Radio 1 broadcaster Phil Taggart on his Slacker Podcast. "It's incredible to see Lianne La Havas on her third record releasing her best music," says Taggart. "She sounds better now, in 2020, than she did at any other point in her career." You can hear their conversation here:

    Lianne La Havas's new self-titled album, released in July, spans the arc of a relationship, with musical references as varied as Milton Nascimento, Joni Mitchell, Jaco Pastorious, Al Green, and Destiny's Child. You can pick up a copy of Lianne La Havas and hear it now here.

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